Hong Kong recycler sees pyrolysis as hedge against China's 'green fence'
By: Steve Toloken
While China's “green fence” crackdown on recycled material imports has caused some painful adjustments for recyclers, one Hong Kong company is suggesting some relief could come from building a pyrolysis factory to convert plastic waste to fuel oil.
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